Connecticut’s idiot problem rivals its deer problem

In this, the second decade of the 21st century, it is abundantly clear to conservationists that some states, especially in the Northeast, have way too many deer on the ground, and the ecological quality of “protected” areas, like the one that’s the focus of this article, is suffering because of that. Wait until wolves come back? How about coyotes? They prey on deer, don’t they? Let’s be clear on one thing: The only predator that state’s in the East now have is the deer hunter on two legs and a rifle across the shoulders.

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